Timber Frame Homes
The visual effects of a timber frame home are very dramatic, often described as cathedral-like, and the beauty and warmth of the wood is the key element of the interior design. A timber frame home is built from large wooden components that form the structure or skeleton of the home and require no interior load-bearing walls.
Historical Use of Timber Frame Construction
Timber frame has been used as a building method for centuries, yet today the method is typically reserved for use in high-end, luxury homes or other homes where the aesthetic value of the timber frame style is desirable. The dramatic, sculpture-like timbers are enclosed within the walls of the home, which can be finished with any type of exterior material you choose, including logs, siding, paneling, wood, stone, brick, etc. The styling can be continued with exterior components that reflect and complement the style, including posts, trusses, porches and more.
Wood Species Used in Timber Frame Manufacturing
Common wood species used in timber frame homes include pine and Douglas fir. We recommend considering both the aesthetic and structural aspects of each wood species when considering a timber frame home. Our expert engineers can guide you in choosing the best wood species for your region and design.
Quality Timber Frame Homes
Our timber frame manufacturer uses computer numerical control (CNC) machinery to cut each piece to exact measurements. This advanced technology enables them to design and engineer a custom home that fits your needs, potentially saving you a great deal of money in the long term because of the relative ease of constructing their timber frame homes. The home's entire frame is cut in the factory. Experienced woodworkers assemble the pieces before they ship to ensure everything fits correctly. After this quality control check, the home’s components are dismantled, packaged and shipped directly to your building site.